If you've read any of my blog posts regarding networking in Azure, you might have guessed it's one of my favourite topics. For ITops, it's one of the shifts in thinking required to make a change to cloud. As software-defined-networking is one of the core concepts required for a successful cloud implementation, it's no surprise … Continue reading Azure Networking Security – Where to Start?
One of the most popular methods of connecting to Azure privately is via VPN. This can be a relatively simple process and is well documented by both Microsoft and 3rd party blogs. However, if you encounter problems, it can be difficult to get the data you need to troubleshoot efficiently. Especially if you don't have … Continue reading How to – Troubleshoot your Azure Virtual Network Gateway
Microsoft released an introduction video to Azure Bastion a couple of days ago and today a new post has gone live giving us all the details of Azure Bastion in its preview state.
If you're considering Azure for IaaS workloads, the first aspect of cloud you will have to understand, design and deploy is networking. As with any other cloud, software defined networking is the foundation of IaaS for Azure. You cannot deploy a workload without first deploying a Virtual Network. However, once you have a network, you … Continue reading What is Azure Network Security Group?
To say there have been a lot of Azure announcements at Ignite is an understatement. Several important services have hit GA and several exciting new services have been announced. Rather than re-list them all (I'll link through at the end), I am going to highlight those I am most excited about, and think will be … Continue reading Azure Networking Updates at Ignite